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Cabin Fever: Hugo 3D

Sun, Jan 7 / 2 pm
FREE ADMISSION
Directed by Martin Scorsese
2011, USA, 126 min

What started as a dream in 2005 has blossomed into a rite of passage for parents and their kids. They can shake the snow off their boots and spend an afternoon at the movies every Sunday all through January and February thanks to the generous support of the Assiniboine Credit Union. Due to the popularity of this series it is our desire that parents and their kids be seated before all others. Thanks for your understanding.

Based on the novel “The Invention of Hugo Cabret”, Hugo is the extraordinary story of a 13 year old orphan who lives behind the clock in a Paris train station in 1931. After his father passes away, the boy runs the clocks in the Gare Montparnasse and tinkers with his inventions in a room up in the clockworks.

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A beautifully told and emotionally satisfying story for children and their movie-loving parents. Hugo is both a summing up of the cinematic past and a push forward into new 3D technologies.
- The New Yorker
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